Join the Cobb County Republican Party for our "Still Sheltering in Place"
June VIRTUAL Breakfast
Featuring former Congressman and Maryland Governor
The Hon. Robert L. Erhlich, Jr.
You bring your breakfast, we will bring the speaker!
ABOUT GOV. EHRLICH: The Honorable Robert L. Ehrlich, Jr. served in the Maryland House of Delegates before being elected to the U.S. Congress in 1994 as part of the Gingrich Revolution. During his four terms, Ehrlich was part of the Majority Whip team and helped to pass the first balanced federal budget in generations.
As Maryland’s first Republican Governor in 36 years when elected in 2002, he improved Maryland’s fiscal condition by turning $4 billion in inherited budget deficits into $2.3 billion in surpluses. His pro-growth economic policies helped create 100,000 new private sector jobs. He was an advocate for Maryland’s world-renown technology economy, enacting policies that positioned Maryland as a national leader in education, biotechnology, health care, and minority business advancement. He made record investments in public schools and authored Maryland’s first public charter schools law, enabling more than 7,000 students to attend 30 new public charter schools. He also doubled funding for need-based college scholarships, helping college enrollment reach an all-time high.
Governor Ehrlich has authored four books - Turn This Car Around (2011/BenBella), America: Hope for Change (2013/Post Hill Press), Turning Point (2015/Select Books), and Bet You Didn't See That One Coming (2017/Post Hill Press). In addition to his books, his columns appear in The Washington Examiner, The Washington Post, The Weekly Standard, National Review Online, and The Western Journal.
Governor Ehrlich is married to Kendel Sibiski Ehrlich, a deputy director of the President's Office of National Drug Control Policy, a former public defender, drug court prosecutor, and corporate attorney. The Ehrlichs have two sons - Drew (a football and baseball player at Denison University) and Joshua (a three-sport athlete at Broadneck High School in Arnold, Maryland). They have been active in a wide variety of charitable activities, most notably the Maryland Chapter of the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation, where Kendel Ehrlich is a past board chair.
Register to participate via Zoom*
Watch the live-stream on www.Facebook.com/CobbGOP
Special thanks to our June Breakfast Sponsors:
(No More Sponsorships Available for June)
Promotion in all June Cobb GOP eNewsletters.
Speaking opportunity to address the virtual breakfast for two minutes.
Two tickets to the next Cobb GOP breakfast once the pandemic is over.
* The Zoom Conference number will only be given out to those who pre-register for the breakfast. You must register by Thursday, June 4 to receive the conference code! The conference only supports 100 attendees so registration will be cut off at 95 and a wait-list will be created. If there are more than 95 registrations, priority will be given to paid attendees.
No refunds are given for the purchase of tickets as food still has to be purchased and other costs are incurred for each person purchasing a breakfast ticket.